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Nayland College Newsletter, 16 April 2021

House Day 2021

Race against the clock for 48 hour film competition

‘Tea and Tech’s’ first visit a success

Year 9 Food Tech classes visit local producers

Nayland College Newsletter, 1 April 2021

‘Carousel’ – Nayland College’s Spunky 2021 Production

Nayland has great success at Shakespeare Festival

Nayland College confirmed enrolment zone

Nayland sailors win trophy at Top of the South Sailing Regatta

Rehearsals ramping up for upcoming musical

Nayland dominates debating regionals

Nayland College Newsletter, 19 March 2021

Sporting results

HortNZ sponsoring new Nayland College irrigation system

NayCol debaters prepare for regionals

An Amalgamation of Art and Science

Nayland College Newsletter, 5 March 2021

Bounce back to Level 2

Nayland College Newsletter, 19 February 2021

Te Wero Wai kicks off house events for 2021

Timetable Changes

Scholarship Info Session Draws a Crowd

Face coverings information

NZ Moves Back to Level 2

Nayland College Newsletter, 5 February 2021

Caregiver A-Z Guide 2021

Nayland College Newsletter, 29 January 2021

2021 Start of Year information

Nayland College Newsletter, 10 December 2020

Nayland College Newsletter, 27 November 2020

Normalise Normal Bodies

Nayland College Update, 20 November 2020

Nayland College Newsletter, 23 October 2020

Proposed enrolment scheme – community consultation

Nominations open now for two school trustee positions

Nayland College Newsletter, 25 September 2020

Broadening minds at Broadgreen House

Nayland’s diverse dancing talent gets to put on a show

Nayland College Update, 18 September 2020

Nayland College Newsletter, 11 September 2020

Student leader encourages others into the spotlight

Nayland College Newsletter, 28 August 2020

Face coverings update from the Ministry of Education

School guidance counsellor position available

Nayland College Newsletter, 14 August 2020

Breakfast club keeps students fed and focused

Nayland College ball a winner all-round

Manaaki Café is open for business

Poorman Valley Stream not so poor anymore

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